Skip to main content

Flyers forward Cote retires, becomes assistant coach of Philadelphia's AHL team

PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Flyers forward Riley Cote has retired and will stay with the organization as an assistant coach for the team's AHL affiliate.

Cote announced his decision Monday. He played in 156 games for the Flyers and scored one goal with seven points and 411 penalty minutes from 2006-2010.

He joined head coach Greg Gilbert's staff with the AHL's Adirondack Phantoms.

TOP HEADLINES

USATSI_12279315
Play

Roberto Luongo Q&A: What it Means to be Named to Hockey Hall of Fame

Roberto Luongo looks back at how his career started, playing 70-plus games a year at points, becoming a fan favorite in Florida, his Twitter account and what getting named to the Hockey Hall of Fame means to him.

USATSI_18521440

Could the New York Rangers Part Ways With Artemi Panarin?

Panarin struggled in the post-season, and some reports have suggested it wouldn't be crazy if he was shipped out of the Big Apple. Still, as Lyle Richardson says, it would be a challenge to move the forward.

Daniel and Henrik Sedin

Sedin Twins, Luongo Highlight Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Roberto Luongo and Daniel Alfredsson headline the official Hockey Hall of Fame induction class of 2022.